We often see the Raspberry Pi being designed in medical devices as a cost effective Single Board Computer (SBC). The Raspberry Pi was originally designed to teach computer science, but has taken off in the open source community as an easy to use and well supported SBC. This blog will focus on an interesting finding in the core clock speed for the Raspberry Pi 3 Compute module (CM) and the default Raspbian image.

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Diseases of the eye affect the majority of the general population at some point throughout their lifetime, significantly affecting quality of life, especially if access to treatment is not available. They are so prevalent they account for the most common surgical procedure worldwide (Cataract surgery), drive an industry for one of the most common medical devices (glasses), and inspire some of the highest resolution 3D imaging techniques available (OCT).

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One universal attribute of project management is that each company’s deployment will look a little different.  Obviously technology commercialization projects are going to be managed differently than infrastructure or IT, but even within the domain of technology projects, there can be considerable difference.

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